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What to tell first-time conference goers? 💬: , Twitter Chat
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Imposter Syndrome "Studies have found that two out of five ‘successful’ people consider themselves frauds/imposters while other studies have shown that up to 70% of people experience imposter syndrome at one point in time or another." →
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Follow this thread for resources to help ease that imposter syndrome ❤️
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Valentina 20h
Hacker World - top stories by ,
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Kate Efimova🌸 Jun 23
Glad that we were helpful! If you're still only getting used to podcasts, I'd recommend starting with one of the giants, , just because it's always nice to hear stories of many people on similar journey to yours 😊
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Eddie Jaoude Open Source 🤓 Jun 23
Yay 🎉... it for us please 👍. Next year I will come and record for my channel too 🎥 - we could share so many people ’s stories with the wider community and encourage more to join the awesome tech world 🤓 - is for everyone! 💪
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Terence M. Stone Jun 23
A2. I’m on my way to Morgantown, WV for my first local summer workshop. My goal for this week is to host a successful workshop.
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Eka Jun 23
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Thanks for the nice supportive community chat!
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Delphine Jun 23
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Thank you so much! 🙏😊
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Bhavani Ravi Jun 23
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A2: 1. Continue the contribution to pandas and take it to finish line. 2. Finish the book and distributed system and find some way to learn practical aspects of it.
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CodeNewbie Jun 23
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Fun! Safe travels!
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Yechiel K Jun 23
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To Israel for a wedding.
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David Q Jun 23
thank you for sharing your experience. i'm glad the 1hr benchmark pans out in the professional world, ultimately, you are correct about gauging the effort dedicated to a given problem. it helped to realize my pseudo-code approach was correct in the end...
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Delphine Jun 23
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A2: finish the 2nd half of Basic JavaScript on freecodecamp and apply that knowledge on JS modules on CodeAcademy to practice
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CodeNewbie Jun 23
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That’s all we got for our 123rd Coding Check-in! Thank you all so much for joining, and hope this was helpful! :D See you next Sunday at 11AM PT/2PM ET!
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makneta Jun 23
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Yes, thank you. I already started summer break and have plenty of sleep and don't have to stress out with my daily job.
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CodeNewbie Jun 23
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Thanks for sharing, Eka! Love it!
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Eka Jun 23
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A1: Finally published a new blog post after a month off the wagon!
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makneta Jun 23
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Thanks!
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Pauline Jun 23
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imo i don't think there's a benchmark when you're starting off, it's something you can decide for yourself. you know best how hard you tried. when i first started coding professionally though (as a self-taught dev) my manager told me to not spend more than 1hr stuck on a problem
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